COVID-19: Vaccines are safe for reproductive health | COVID-19 Special

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Can vaccines cause infertility? It’s a question people have asked themselves since the development of the world’s first innoculation against smallpox almost 250 years ago. And with COVID-19, it’s happening all over again.

Men are worried too. They fear their sperm count could be affected by the jab.

While vaccines are safe for reproductive health, COVID-19 infections are linked to male infertility.

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